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TIM WALZ

The governor said the group would be tasked with examining state spending around supervised release and determining if the funds could be spent more equitably or effectively.
As soon as the state announced the record-breaking tax collection in excess of its $52 billion budget, requests for the funding poured in.
The case could reshape abortion rights across the country and in the Midwest: Several states are poised to impose additional restrictions if the Mississippi law is upheld.
Michelle Benson, Paul Gazelka, Scott Jensen, Mike Murphy and Neil Shah discussed their personal health histories and vaccine views during a 3rd District candidate forum in Wayzata, Minnesota, on Tuesday, Dec. 7.

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The record-setting figure kicked off debates Tuesday, Dec. 7, about how lawmakers should spend the money in the upcoming legislative session.
The Walz administration on Monday, Dec. 6, set a Jan. 31 target to train and deploy 1,000 new certified nursing assistants.
The state is set to send out the BD Veritor at-home tests to schools and caregivers to share with students and families next month.
“We're not talking about wants here, we're talking about necessities, and public safety has got to be the top priority when it comes to our bonding priorities,” said Sen. Kent Eken, DFL-Twin Valley.
After Gov. Tim Walz activated 400 National Guard members to train as temporary nursing assistants, members this week fanned out across the state to train on becoming effective caregivers. They'll be sent into long-term care communities next week.
Gov. Tim Walz said he requested the team on Tuesday and the 14-person group is set to touch down in Minnesota on Friday.

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A 12-person panel marked the start of its work on Monday, Nov. 29, and committed to writing a blueprint to resolve cases of missing and murdered African American women.
The governor said talks about the conditions to call a special legislative session are ongoing, but so far, they'd not yielded much agreement in the split Legislature.
The state has historically skipped the turkey pardon in favor of the presentation and processing of featured birds. This year, a special turkey will live out his life on a farm.

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